Motorola DROID RAZR Users Will Have To Live With Bugs For Longer Than Expected

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Owners of Motorola Droid Razr will have to live with their bugs for some time yet. Motorola have dealt with the Droid Bionic situation, saying that it has been delayed and now is expected in Q4. However there is another very important update that they have not given information about. This is the ICS bug fix update for the Droid Razr and the Droid Razr Maxx. The updates for these devices remain up in the air.

Motorola DROID RAZR & MAXX still plagued with bugs

Motorola sent out ICS in June for the two handsets and from this time on owners of the DROID RAZR handsets have been left to deal with a variety of bugs. During the last few months there have been even more complaints from owners of the handsets reports GottaBeMobile. Despite there being so many problems Verizon and Motorola have not said anything about getting a bug fix out.

This has left owners facing problems which range from not being able to get to their email, a sluggish UI, slow response times and battery drain. Now that there is a delay with the update for the Droid Bionic, things have become worse as it was thought that the updates would roll out around the same time. The update for the Droid Bionic was thought to be coming out in Q3, however Motorola did not want bugs that were affecting the two handsets on the update for the Bionic, and this meant a delay.

Now it seems that Motorola DROID RAZR users will have to wait until October or even December to get the bug fix update. Verizon will hopefully have these on priority, but for now all owners can do is hold tight and wait and perhaps try clearing their cache to see if they can solve any issues they have been having. However this seems to work only for some people.

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